The Friends of the New Carlisle Public Library meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 1 p.m. at the library.  The Friends of the New Carlisle Library is a group of library lovers from the community who come together to support the New Carlisle Library. The Friends formed in 2000 to engage library patrons, the community, and organizations interested in books in programs and...
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1791 Dalton Drive, New Carlisle, Ohio 45344, United States
When we opened our doors in June of 2012, our goal was to provide the community with a unique offering of artwork, gifts, candles, food and specialty coffees. Our homemade food has been designed to be health conscious and we are proud to use local product whenever possible. We have partnered with Boston Stoker Coffee, a company that has been offering high quality, fresh roas...
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468 N Dayton-Lakeview Rd, New Carlisle, OH
Working together for the Greater Good of residents in Bethel Township, Clark County… It’s What We Do. IMPACT Bethel’s goal is to improve our community members’ quality of life by offering programs that promote enhanced physical, mental, and spiritual health, as well as services that support financial stability. Creating Unity Throughout Our Community At IMPACT Bethel, ...
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331 South Church Street, New Carlisle, OH
Welcome to the City of New Carlisle! We are a very progressive and forward-looking community in the midst of the largest period of growth we have experienced in over twenty years! With this, we are bringing in new businesses, new industry, and more job opportunities. New housing developments have sprung up, bringing our citizens new choices in housing, from modest two bedroo...
Village of Enon
363 East Main Street, PO Box 232, Enon, OH 45323
Enon, the principal village in Mad River Township, Clark County, Ohio, is located on the old Springfield and Dayton Turnpike, seven and one-half miles southwest of Springfield.  The village was also located on an Indian trail which ran between the Indian Villages of Old Piqua and Old Chillicothe. Three distinct groups of Indians made their homes in the Enon area prior to the...
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